Nestled in a little village on the Shropshire and Staffordshire border, Sambrook Manor holiday cottages offer self catering accommodation for long or short breaks. The Old farm buildings have been lovingly converted into four high standard holiday cottages which are fully equipped with all the essentials, crisp white bed linen, fluffy towels, underfloor heating and Wi-Fi. Churn cottage and The Stables are suitable for assisted wheelchair users. Our self catering cottages sleep a total of 26 and are perfect for families and friends getaways, business trips, groups or romantic escapes.

We are situated 5 minutes from the old market towns of Newport or Market Drayton, 20 minutes from Telford and Ironbridge and just 30 minutes from Shrewsbury, Stafford and The Potteries. Sambrook is a lovely picturesque little village with quiet lanes to explore and mill pools dotted about. There are lots of great walks or cycle routes for all abilities straight from your cottage door. So why not leave all your troubles behind and relax in the beautiful barns at Sambrook Manor holiday cottages.

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"What a gem! A fantastic place, very welcoming family. Plan to be back soon."

Lisa, Sheila & Joanne

Adventures & thrills

For an action-packed fun day out, we have a number of places within driving distance of our holiday cottages.
Drayton Manor Theme Park – Here you will find a variety of  exciting roller coasters and attractions for all ages, also the home of Thomas land where the younger ones can enjoy the thrills of a roller coaster and enjoy the shows.  If you have enough of the rides there is also a zoo with over 100 animals including red pandas, monkeys and Sumatran tigers.
Waterworld – A water theme park located in Stoke-On-Trent with over 30 rides for all different ages and abilities or have a splashing time in the wave pool or just relax in the jacuzzi.
Hawkstone park & Follies -  An 18th century theme park and a great day out, you won’t find any roller coasters here instead you will find awesome caves to explore, gullies, towers & bridges.  Climb the 150-step spiral staircase to get some great views, 13 counties can be seen on a clear day.  Take a picnic or eat in the glass house tea rooms.  Prepare to come back to the cottages exhausted.
Wonderland, Telford  An Adventure for little ones where they can take a walk around the woodland paths to find fairy-tale characters and their houses, rides suitable for children only up to the height of 4ft, soft play area, maze &  dinosaur valley to keep small ones entertained.
West Midlands Safari & Leisure Park As well as a drive through safari park there is also an adventure theme park with rides suitable for various heights and a tiny tots theme park especially for little explorers.  Daily shows include the sea lion show, reptiles talk, hippo feeing, penguin feeding and lemur talk.
Escape Rooms - Get locked in a room and have 60 minutes to find clues and by using your skills, teamwork and logical thinking can you get out on time?  Escape rooms is located in Shrewsbury and there is also Xscape Now and Adventure Vault in Telford.
Cadbury World - A fun chocolate filled day out where you can learn all about this delicious chocolate in a self-guided tour which had a 4D cinema, children’s playground, museum and factory tour with free chocolate testing.
Climbing the Walls (Shrewsbury) - Huge indoor climbing space with 25 fun climbing activities to challenge your brain, balance and motor skills.  Action walls, bouldering and 12-meter high tall walls all available to test your skill or just wear the kids out, all inside and great for a rainy day.
Alton Towers - Just an hour away is the UK’s biggest theme park and waterpark.  With over 40 rides and attractions there is something for everyone to enjoy.  Also CBeebies Land with rides, attractions and live shows.

English Heritage

There are many English Heritage sites near to Sambrook Manor Holiday Cottages. Lilleshall Abbey and Haughmond Abbey are great places to take a picnic and soak up the story that they tell. Take a visit to Britain’s 4th largest Roman city at Wroxeter where an audio tour will give you a fascinating insight into the daily lives of the romans who once lived there. Boscobel House and the Royal Oak, King Charles II's famous hiding place along with Wenlock PrioryBuildwas Abbey and Acton Burnell Castle are all great places to visit.

Shrewsbury

The birth place of Charles Darwin, a beautiful town with lots of historical places to visit as well as lots of independent shops, cafes & restaurants. Explore the Narrow streets and Tudor buildings, visit the Castle or Abbey two of Shrewsbury's oldest landmarks or take a boat trip down the river Severn. Relax with a picnic in the quarry where you can walk along the River Severn or visit the formal gardens created by Percy Thrower.